Marrying facts with execution
Sound facts and information are the foundation of any good strategy.
Whether we’re crunching numbers or talking with focus groups, our economic development research has one main goal: to uncover the facts and information needed to help you make decisions.
Our team has experience with target industry analysis, economic impact of industry sectors, identification of industry clusters, measuring occupations in demand and other workforce analysis, and broad-based economic policy studies.
Specific quantitative and qualitative research services we offer include:
Discovery is the first step of any project. We can design a project to report our findings, or take it a step further and help you interpret
the research results to weave a web of meaning. Policy decisions must be based in facts about your economy, your market, or your community.
Dr. Delore Zimmerman, Ph.D.
Co-Founder, President & CEO
Vice President for Research & Managing Editor of NewGeography.com
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